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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE TBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1015 This is thevllrst time since 1898 ,at the Montreal Royals have been i till) first division since the bcgm- IIIK of the season, and as they have laycd most of their games away roiu this shows the strength f the club. NATIONAL PACE THRE1 Cincinnati -I licnloii and WIIIKO; Slaniliidsc, Cheney anil Archer. Second Vaughn and llrcsmlhan. New York......... r, I'hlladelphia 1 liarquard and Meyers; Majci, Bnimigardncr and .Kmilcr. Gibson. Boston 2 Brooklyn 3 Uudoi'pli, Hughes and dowdy Coombs, Apple-ion and Miller. Second Hnslon 3 Brooklyn Davis mid Whaling Dill', "smith and Miller. AMERICAN Chicago Boston New York Washington St. Louis Philadcfphia Cleveland W. 41 35 32 21; 26 21 L. 26 2.H 35 3-1 Pet. .CM .627 .500 .382 .377 -.348 Philadelphia...... Ncw KIIOV.-ISOH and Lapp rfel-Ialc, Brown, CoUarcll and Sweeney. Washington....... 1 Boston 5 Uochling, Hopper and Henry; Gregg and Thomas. Second- Washington....... 1 Doston -i Johnson and Henry Urcgg and Thomas. Detroit.............. 7 Cleveland........ 6 Bblanil and Baker Walker, Hiustaad, Jones and O'Neill. Chicago.............12 Sf. Louis......... 2 Falier and Schalk; i-erryman, Koob, Cook and Agnow and Sevcroid. North Lethbridge Won From Kriox in City Baseball League Encounter North LcUi.bridge-ma'dc a murder ous assault upon otierinfcs ol Pitcher inmiifc, ol last night's. at the I'arkv piling up enough, lun in the session to put the game on ice ilso nut a severe crimp in the aspirations of the Knox North LetlibriilBo made thai, seven tallies in the open- ng spasm and added in he third one in the fourth, one in the seventh and two In the ninth tor Kjoil measure. Knox scored one in the lirst two in Hie second and two in the third and then they scored no was gooil playing, had play- in' anil indifferent on both sides, but Knox displayed the most fireworks. Sans relieved Williams in the drat innings when it became evident that Sorlhsidcrs had the latter picked for a daughter. Sang pitched an approved hrand of ball but he too was hit hard at times. Joe Gillies improves with every and his pitching for the boyt, ,iom across theHrack wds a big fea- ture of the game. LANCE CORPORAL FISHER, V. Young Montreal man, who died o ounds after winning the highes lita-ry prize, V. C. He was aged 2 d a second year McGill student. FEDERAL Kansas Cily St. Louis Chicago Pittsburg........ Newark Brooklyn........... Baltimore Buffalo T. Turcott, Ib Vasclenak 3b ss (i 3 L Turcott, 21) 6 1 C. Gillis, If 6. 2 AB R 1-1 RO A L. rmasworth, rf. Hammond, cf Green, ss 3b J. Gillis, p...... Stafford, c 0 5 1 li 2 5 1 5 2 ,7 2 3 1 0 1 3 I) 3 0 1 1 0 1 3 KNOX- W L. Pet. Dunsworth cf i- ss 43 20 .597 Sang, rf P 40' 28 .588 Bond, c 4131 .568 37 35 p rf.. 31 41 .131 JlcPhcs, 2b 1-1 .280 Haiisch, 11) 28 48 .378 Nelson, ss cf 1-1 11 27 17 AB P. II Johnson, If Campbell, 3h Burialo............... I Brooklyn 5 Anderson, Krapp and Blair Blue- jacket and Simon. St Louis.......... 0 Kansas City 1 Davenport and Hartley Cullop and Easterly. 7 Baltimore i Falkcnhcrg and Raridcn Quinn and Uacklitsch. INTERNATIONAL 0 Buffalo 4 Toronto.............10 Rochester 0 Second Toronto............. 1. Rochester li PO-A.-l 1 0 8 1 0 34 a C 27. .8 Score .by innings- North Ward 703 100 1112-1 Knox 122 000 000- Two-base hits, Dun worth CriKis, Green; hits, ott Wi iams 'ia 1 innings 3, oft Sang in 8 i nings 9 bases on balls, off Gillis off Williams 2, off Sang 1 stru out, by Sang 5, by Gillis 8 .doub to Turcott to -Staffer 0 'G I lis to L. Turcott to T. Tu co'tt stolen bases, T: Turcott 3, V salenak, Hammond, Stafford 3, Sang Hansch time 1.45 umpire Wray. NORTHWESTERN -I .Seattle 2 Tacoma......1..... 5 Aberdeen 3 5 Spokano 19 .AM. ASSOCIATION No American Association games scheduled. HUN FIST IN EVENI VERAGES 85 MILES AN HOUR OVER SECOND, OLDFIELD Tacoma, Julv (i.-Eddie Pullen won 200-mile Potlatch automobile ace this afternoon on the Tacoma pecdway, his time being 2 hours 21 linutES, M 2-5 seconds. Earl Coop- r who finished second m the Mota- larathon race yesterday, was again econd time 2.21.25 2-ii. Guy E.- luckstell, who won the Motamara- hoii was first announced as third vith time of later. Har- icv Oldfield was awarded third place V 'mistake in (lagging resulted in the nistaken announcement. Pullen drove a Mercer, Cooper a Stutz, riiickstcU a Mercer and Old- field a Peugeot. Pullen averaged 85 miles an hour. .Uler leading the field seven laps, Ruckstell was passed by Pullen, who ,st an 85 to 90 miles an Jour pacs. Engine trouble put' all out hut Pul- len Ruckstell, Cooper and Oldno.d. In 'the 90th lap Ruckstell, in second place -went out with engine trouble. Cooper pressed hard' utter. Pullen who held first the. 28th lap With 10 laps to run it looked safe for Pullen to win with Cooper second. They finished at -then ex- pected. Bucksteil returned to fight it out with Oldfield for third place and it was then that the. reported error in scoring was made. Connie Mack is busting up his base- all team on the well-known prmd- that if he doesn't, it will bust ini. _ Hie Philadelphia fan, according to Ir Mack, lias been ted or, so much ich food that he has acijuircd tno in his spending arm. Walter Johnson, premier pitcher of the American League, is very happy icw He has good cause to be for 11, was called home !rom New York iccently to sec the baby boy which s born during the night. Mrs. Johnson is a daughter of Congress- nan Roberts, of Nevada. Dark though! for the Trying to decide whether motoring is an out- door or indoor sport, after spending most of the .time in the garage fix- ing up the 'bus.- Hilly" Sunday's secretary-pianist is reported to have been saved again. Just a little practice between cam- paigns. President Gafmey, of the Boston Braves, has forbidden his men to at- tend any more banquets. It looks as If .their efforts to eat their way to the -top of :the league New Westminster may have five wins chalked up and Vancouver only one, but this doesn't necessarily mean that the cup Is cinched for an- other. season. The champs have had big leads before, and the Vancouvers have made It close at the finish, and there is no telling but what they may come. through again this season. Look Like Winners The great work of the Chicago White Sox club has occasioned much comment, and many believe that Rowland's team will win the Ameri- can league'- pennant in a walk. The club has some great clean-up hitters and the pitching staff has rendered efficient service. To Eddie Collins is given the- praise for having raised the Sox out of the mud. Of late they have been winning Barnes through the effectiveness of their hitters. Chi- cago has three great ball teams this season, ami all -are being well sup- ported by the public. Make These Vow Daily Aids! Enjoy both flavors! WIG LOOK HERE Sons Vs. Collies Lawn Bowling STECHER BEATS CUTLER July Stecher Nebraska wrestler, threw .Charlie Cut Jer American champion, Chicago, in two straight falls, here, tonight won the first fall in 17 minutes and 9 seconds, and the sec ond in 10 minutes and 59 secondr Both falls were-won with the scis sore hold. Cufier was in the first fall and asked for.several mm utes' delay. Fifteen thousand per sons saw the match...... REAGAN-GILBERT OFF Salt Lake City, Utah, July 20- rousd KO between Jimmy Keagan and Young Gilbert, set for today was called off on the. statement of the county attorney ;that he would stop the bou. ______ Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR GUNS, RE- SOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED, Bicycle Repairers Our .in. Repairs ''Cannot Be Beit BANKERS 'DONATE SILVER CUP The Hauliers of this city and .Taber havu donated to the lawn a beautiful sihei cup lor inter cluo and mtu-cit) honling matcl.cs It is a challenge trouh) with similar condi tions 10 the Cadillac Challenge Cup which c-iused such a lot of interest- ini; snort dur.ni; the past winter be- tween the 'lalec and Lethhridge curl- ers. The competitions are open to all members of She Taher cluh and the Empue and Gait clubs of this ul) Ihc game lor this trophj vi ill he plajed either Thursday or Fridav of this when rinks skip- ped by L W Clarke and K D John- ston -will defend the cup two rinks om the Empire Club me tile chal- engcrs.______________ TEAM WINS aptures Mixed Doubles Finals for Clay Court Title Pittsburs, Pa, July clas ourt tennis championships-were fin- shed-on the Pittsburg Athletic asso- lataion com is this afternoon, with he final of the nhich vent to Urs G W and H C Johnson of Boston, who got de alilts from their opponents in the irst lound and the semifinals, de eated Miss and her brother, W Snvder, in the second round, opposed Miss Clare Sassel -of New lorl. and Percy Siverd of Pitts buig in tlie final The Boston team was victorious b> scoies of The S 0. B. and; Gallics meet'to- morrow night at the Athletic Park in a league football match. The Scotsmen will have a new play- er'or two in line and are out to will The fcons, too, see the neces sitv of winning this game to retain their prestige as championship con- tenders, and also can be depend- ed upon to go into the game for all me worth A hard battle is anticipated The Gallics will be picked from the following Dunlop, Home, Easton, McMillan, Matkie, Bren- nan Clark, Kniuht, McKie, W Lin- mng, H Lmning, Cowen% Bu- chanan, Bell. Strip at. ball park at A Plain Truth Bishop Fallon, ..the famous coach, who ciuit whan .'professionalism set in said in a recent, address at Windsor Ont could no longer withstand the-devil of professionalism that hat crept in and wasrdestroylng open and honest- athletic sports. Cloan young fellows stopped paying for the spor and were to .be found with their hands out for something. When found this, out and made sure of it nult" Bishop Faiion, as the ooacl and uphfuiWe? of rugby and sport generally at Ottawa College tor- years one of the foremost leaders in snorts in Canada. He was at that time plain Father'Fallon. German Athlete. Killed Many 'of Germany's best athletes have Been' Wiled in the present war. Thl long official list, of German cas- ualties contains the names of the M- lowlng athletes: Arthur Schmidt, a famous relay runner of Gharlotten butt, killed; George (Mickler onsi timt holder of the- world's record for the .1000 metres, wounded; Seyffert longdistance Tunner, killed, George Protsetzki killed; Bruno Lange ana Andray Rob, international "soccer killed; Prillwitz, one of the hist "soccer" piavers of. Kieler, Ml- ed R halfback, seriously wVled, Rud Spinnuth, knowri Get Benefit and Pleasure! As your daily companions these wholesome, economical confec- tions will quicken your appetite, aid your digestion, quench your thirst, keep the- mouth and throat moist and refreshed and free from bad taste. Doctors and dentists both attest its good effects. You can be sure it's the BEST GUM, because it's not only made clean but is sealed air-tight in the waxed wrapped package. Always fresh and clean. Chew it after every nteal. MADE IN CANADA Wm. Wridey Jr. Co., ltd- Toronto, Ontario -Si' Crooltston, uMinn., July 300: mile automobile race is to be run between -Walter Hill, son of James .J. Hill of St.'.'Paul, and A. S. Harlan of Des Molnes. from Crookston to Min- neapolis, for a nurse of ?1500 Iho race is set tor Wednesday, July 14 G 30 prompt. SOU tp-un-J u arsons.; Wallace and JTesbTtt Harper, Bennett and. Lee; Stowc, Farrant, Draper, Chen- ery and Bestwick._______ AZEVEDO AND WELLIMG DRAW .Memphis, Tenn., July Aze- ledo of Oakland and Joe Welling of Chicago, iightwelgnts, fought eight rounds to a draw. GRIFFITH AND MANDOT DRAW Canton, Ohio, July Grif- fith of Akron and' Joe Baudot of New Orleans lightweights, foaght 12 fast rounds to a draw here this afternoon McLOUGHLIN AND BUNDY WIN Long Beach, Cal, July McLoiighlin and Mhomas C national doubles champions, defeated Cliff Herd aid Ward Daw son, s_7 G_O In an exhibition match here during the linals of the Pacific doubles championship tournament Clarence Gnffm and William John- ston of San Francisco, who forfeited the national clay court championship beat Nat Browne .rid Claude Wayne in the first set of the finRls anad Johnston also won the championship last year Johnston waa the star of the match. point it "Vebety body NO siimocein Now Building New Bridge at Waterton I othhridee people will be to of road to be found Ttat the new bridge has been surveyed for some time and ope ra- tions' have been long delayed much to the detriment of the public It has been necessary to either ford the rivet this point or go around by wav of Pincher Creek or Brocket in orter-to'get to the lakes The latter routes are longer than the Cardston route but the ford being sometimes too deep the Cardston route is not always practicable When this bridge mulcted it will be easy for Leth- kridrra Beople to a pleasant 5SS5.rrt tte W.terton whieh are rapidly eoming in- to faVot as a summer resort, HamiltoTschool children will knit the during the pTeii Nicholwn, a noted SJiort- cattle breeder ol West Williams township, Out ii dead, A Million Corns Went Last Month Last million cores were ended in this easy, simple way. And every month a million more fio like them. To each corn was applied lutle Bbe-jaj plaster. In every case the corn pain ended there. Then the wax in the the B B treed th 'sdooM aw SOOO blind pigs Tfce bltod be more easy to detecV.wfcm tion has been enforced." speaker romdlr and tin u-iitiMn ol eduction of the toba who Ihl casion upheld -the, bar, arguing thai it was a social institution "From, that da} they lost'my humble vota andj influence, she said. Defendt Liquor Act -i Mrs McClung defended the liquori act going into details ot its opera-1 tioi and them, going into them fully and at the same tiraa answering many objections and so-eatted weaknesfeea closing words -were- "My prajer is tonight that every one ot ;ou will get the long sight and the Dig view and I hope that every of you will go to the Julyj 21st and'do bit TURKISH CASUALTIES London, Ju.v 6-The total TurtaiM casualtlee In fthe between June ,28. and. wew 6150 men Wiled and wounded, according to an ment made tonight ,bjr the BrltisB press bureau_______- ROBBERS TAKE Chicago, 111, July overpowered two'watchmen at Out Midway Gardens, early today, blew open the safe ana, eSaped with between andT according to a report the police. t_______'i point ;